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The Lash — The Lucky One
Album: Every Direction
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Length: 4:33
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 Bleyfusz wrote:
What happened to Rum, Sodomy and?
 
This is from the Lash's solo album, after the band broke up.  {#Cheesygrin}
Pretty surprising to me that so many people find this sweetass dancy irish modern folk so boring.  I can well imagine hearing this at a pub raising me elbow to a bonny lass and skipping off to the dance floor.
What happened to Rum, Sodomy and?
Was good until the singing started.
:::started to leave a comment about song, but fell asleep at keyboard:::
 LongGoneDaddy wrote:
stonehenge jpg
(does NOT go to 11)
 
Of course not.  It's 3.141593

stonehenge jpg
(does NOT go to 11)
 jonahboo wrote:
AND OH HOW THE PEOPLE OF STONEHENGE DANCED
 

{#Lol}
ugh...... this song is tiresome
yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawn....
'The Lucky One' sounds like Kansas.
Sounds like an old sea shanty... I like {#Music}
OIM ARRN DA LASH ROIT NOO
heh.... I was gonna go with "Hearts!  Moons! Clovers!"  SpongeBob works too.
jonahboo wrote:
AND OH HOW THE PEOPLE OF STONEHENGE DANCED


Buahahahaha!

 
 
 
firefly6 wrote:
But my question is: Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?
 

But my question is: Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?
AND OH HOW THE PEOPLE OF STONEHENGE DANCED
yawn.


yes, and i cant find me friggin' lobster traps! Tomulas wrote:
Ah, me lucky charms!

Enough of this squid-jiggin tripe, lad!
 


A pleasant enough little ditty   {#Cheers}
Ah, me lucky charms!

Enough of this squid-jiggin tripe, lad!
I like! Love the Mandolin!
Tailypoe wrote:
I Prefer my Lash with Rum & Sodomy
:roflol: :moon: :whipit:
Don't really like the singing, but a catchy little musical bridge.
I Prefer my Lash with Rum & Sodomy
The singer's voice reminds me a lot of Dan Fogelberg
HO HUM- Insert: DROPKICK MURPHYS, The State Of Massachusetts
Krow_Pie wrote:
This is a joke right?
let's hope so! although....i heard this before. =(
This song needs some serious relent.
Whoa, didn't see that coming!
These kids are no Pogues, I can tell you that.
auburntigerrich wrote:
Thursday night at Bennigan's.
Too funny...yet somehow sums it up nicely.
A mediocre effort. Thursday night at Bennigan's. Uninspired and foot dragging, at least until the end. Where are the traditional roots?
horstman wrote:
Whew! I'm getting dizzy.
The instruments bring out my British/Scottish/Irish music blood . . . Read the comment disparaging the singing--but I hadn't even heard any singing. Interesting. Will listen out for it next time around.
This is a joke right?
Hard to get into this, wish they'd play some Emerald Rose - far more enjoyable celtic music for me.
For me it's the sound of penny whistles and the like that drive me absolutely bonkers. Can't hit the mute button fast enough whenever I hear "celtic-sounding" music. canadave wrote:
For some reason, I just can't get into it. I think it's the singer, there's just something he lacks to sound good singing a good, rollicking Celtic tune.
For some reason, I just can't get into it. I think it's the singer, there's just something he lacks to sound good singing a good, rollicking Celtic tune.
Exchange the vocals for someone with a little balls and I kind of like this. It would be interesting to hear some input from across the Atlantic.
Don't usually like the Irish-jiggy songs, but this one is real good. Kind of rock-jig. :clap:
Up from 6 to 7. Don't play it too much tho...
Maybe after a few pints . . .
This song is a lucky one.
I like the visual of fairies dancin' and then King Kongs' foot crushing.... :propeller:
Uninspired/Uninspiring
AWESOME.
inindian wrote:
I hear what you're saying and I'm :roflol: and...maybe you know but FYI there are jigs danced in groups where the arms are used as opposed to the solo 'armless' ones that are mainly competitive or exhibition...could it be the difference between soccer and rugby :lol:
it's called step-dancing.
celadonstone wrote:
Wow. You could really dance a jig to the end of this. But careful, just like soccer, you cant use your arms!!!
I hear what you're saying and I'm :roflol: and...maybe you know but FYI there are jigs danced in groups where the arms are used as opposed to the solo 'armless' ones that are mainly competitive or exhibition...could it be the difference between soccer and rugby :lol:
Whew! I'm getting dizzy.
I guess it's that time of year- from now until the 17th we have to endure this stuff. OK- well I guess if we have to how about some Martin Hayes- the real stuff instead of this stuff.
i like the irish feel, and most internatonal-esque music. solid 9.
Wow. You could really dance a jig to the end of this. But careful, just like soccer, you cant use your arms!!!
Never heard this one before - I do like it, not quite sure why, maybe because it puts me to mind of fairies.
:eh: :sleep:
Dude, listen to the last refrain. It IS twice as fast. And still doesn't go anywhere. Daniel_Pittenger wrote:
If it were played about twice as fast, it would be excellent, as is....meh..
If there's a video to this song, it should be little fairies flying around playing flutes. And then in the middle of it, they get crushed by King Kong's foot.
rixtar99 wrote:
let's see...a penny whistle for less than $10. how about 1 penny?
Yeah. Damn that inflation... Anyone here bets that Fitty Cent has to change his name in a few years due to inflation? (geeky laugh) :lol: :jump:
Nice & snappy, like the bass.
I tend to like anything even vague Celt-ish. 7
aaaw, I was hoping by the title it'd be a remake of "(YOU're) The Lucky One" (last covered by Krauss?) with a sweet accordian solo... As it is, too early for ale songs.
I love the genre, and it makes a good follow-up to Solas, but there's not really any emotion there. Kinda dry. Hmm... as I type that, it picks up. Not bad.
I was in the mood for this song today... I love me some sea shanties this afternoon!
It's killing me. Get it OFFFFFFFFF????>>>>>>!!!!!!!!!!!!!
...heard 1001 times! Bores me! One hears the boys can play, are pro's, but....it just doesn't touch me! Stingray!
This -totally- hit my buttons this morning. Yay good desktop speakers and working from home!
If it were played about twice as fast, it would be excellent, as is....meh..
ugh
cattgirl813 wrote:
This made me think of a show my grandma used to watch all the time - a variety show hosted by the Irish Rovers. I think it was a Canadian show. I don't know why that popped into my head - haven't thought about that show in years. I don't even remember if she enjoyed the show or not. Weird how music can dredge up long buried memories.
True enough. (click here) I somewhat vaguely remember it. Sort of. That and The Beachcombers :doh:
this song sucks
Awesome! Cheers!
This made me think of a show my grandma used to watch all the time - a variety show hosted by the Irish Rovers. I think it was a Canadian show. I don't know why that popped into my head - haven't thought about that show in years. I don't even remember if she enjoyed the show or not. Weird how music can dredge up long buried memories.
Wish I had a beer to hoist!
nothing like tin whistle to wake you up on Friday morning. w00t.
A really fun song.
4. It's alright.
Steven_G wrote:
You really made me laugh this morning Rah! This song shows very good use of the tin whistle (also known in America as the Penny Whistle) - available at your local neighboorhood music shop for less than $10.
let's see...a penny whistle for less than $10. how about 1 penny?
:dance: This song always puts my head to bobbing. Nice accordion emoticon! Love it:)
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I'll go very honest: Is not like OH MY GOD the best song ever, either wow what a piece of crap, but a 7 or 8 es well deserved, i like =) Oscar
Everytime I hear this I think "Oh wow a new String Cheese Incident song cool." and then no, it turns out to Lash.
3 - Ho Hum Dull, dull, dull.
moneygrip wrote:
Rum, Sodemy, and ....
drover wrote:
The band has confirmed this is where they got their name. In case there was any doubt.
Good job they chose that one...
It's about time we heard some Irish music today! :)
Steven_G wrote:
You really made me laugh this morning Rah!
nice to know i'm good for something :jump: Bill -- what's say we follow this one up with "The Lucky One" by Alison Krauss & Union Station next time!
rah wrote:
truk77 wrote:
Kind of a celtic feel to it. ...
Kind of...??
You really made me laugh this morning Rah! This song shows very good use of the tin whistle (also known in America as the Penny Whistle) - available at your local neighboorhood music shop for less than $10. In the hands of an accomplished artist, the music from those very few fingerings available is absolutely amazing!
I LIKEY :dance: a LOT
Really like this one! The different rhythms between the verses and the chorus are very cool..the ending is a nice touch as well.
Meghan you're crazy mad w/ the smileys yo... You're one bad mother... shut yur mouth
Love this song. First heard on RP months ago!
Singer reminds me of Alpha Blondy without the power but more flexibility
Roverfish wrote:
And here I thought Hall & Oates were from Philly... Not a bad tune. Really.
now that's funny.
rosedraws wrote:
wouldn't it be fun if RP was a pub??
I'd become a bar fly, that's for sure!
wouldn't it be fun if RP was a pub??
theyre magically delicious
Now let's hear The Decemberist's "The Mariner's Revenge Song" and, to funky it up, "Blueberry Boat" by Fiery Furnaces. A straight 16 minutes it probably a bit much to devote to 2 songs though. :)
How to make my day :cheers: 2:24 am - The Lash - The Lucky One 2:20 am - Solas - Clothes Of Sand 2:16 am - Heather Nova - Gloomy Sunday 2:12 am - Kate Bush - The Big Sky What a line-up! what a good quality of music! what joy! THANK YOU!
moneygrip wrote:
Rum, Sodemy, and ....
The band has confirmed this is where they got their name. In case there was any doubt.
Rum, Sodemy, and ....
planet3one9 wrote:
i really like the person who suggested that RP is "kind of" cool. how much cooler do you need ? a couple of heads who dig and KNOW music, pull tracks out of the ether to pleasantly suprise - or - in a few cases -dissapoint. but there it is... streaming in the free zone - sans obnoxious commercial play - and i am hearing things ALL the time that get me fired up. maybe mister "kind of cool" only farts in flavors and technicolor. (me too). i always thought these comments were a waste of time. now i am convinced. you know what they say about opinions...
Go back and reread it. They weren't saying RP is kind of cool. The complete thought being conveyed is the song kind of has a pirate sound like RP is kind of cool, meaning there's no "kind of" about it: this song defnitely has a pirate sound and RP is defnitely is cool. I wish people would take the time to thoroughly read and think about posts before replying. Would save a lot of misunderstanding and ruffled feathers around here. MT
yawn.
planet3one9 wrote:
i really like the person who suggested that RP is "kind of" cool. how much cooler do you need ? a couple of heads who dig and KNOW music, pull tracks out of the ether to pleasantly suprise - or - in a few cases -dissapoint. but there it is... streaming in the free zone - sans obnoxious commercial play - and i am hearing things ALL the time that get me fired up. maybe mister "kind of cool" only farts in flavors and technicolor. (me too). i always thought these comments were a waste of time. now i am convinced. you know what they say about opinions...
(looking for rock, finding rock, hiding under rock)
Nice tune with St. Paddy's day coming up. :cheers: :drunk: Mean fiddlin' too. :-({|=
planet3one9 wrote:
i really like the person who suggested that RP is "kind of" cool. how much cooler do you need ? a couple of heads who dig and KNOW music, pull tracks out of the ether to pleasantly suprise - or - in a few cases -dissapoint. but there it is... streaming in the free zone - sans obnoxious commercial play - and i am hearing things ALL the time that get me fired up. maybe mister "kind of cool" only farts in flavors and technicolor. (me too). i always thought these comments were a waste of time. now i am convinced. you know what they say about opinions...
Welcome to the world of Radio Paradise... :cheers:
i really like the person who suggested that RP is "kind of" cool. how much cooler do you need ? a couple of heads who dig and KNOW music, pull tracks out of the ether to pleasantly suprise - or - in a few cases -dissapoint. but there it is... streaming in the free zone - sans obnoxious commercial play - and i am hearing things ALL the time that get me fired up. maybe mister "kind of cool" only farts in flavors and technicolor. (me too). i always thought these comments were a waste of time. now i am convinced. you know what they say about opinions...
rah wrote:
Kind of...??
Yeah, ya know, sort of like RP is KIND OF cool.
And here I thought Hall & Oates were from Philly... Not a bad tune. Really.
jyoull wrote:
Sounds like pyrate music to me.
Yes, you are right. Thet are Celtic Pirates! :lol: :butt: :wave:
oh yeah! I LIKE it!! I love music with a Celtic feel, like modernizing it in a way. fun fun! :music:
Completely new to me, and I like it. Very enjoyable! (and added to my "must listen more to ..." list
Sounds like pyrate music to me.
truk77 wrote:
Kind of a celtic feel to it. ...
Kind of...??
Tain't bad. Kind of a celtic feel to it. I can do with this. :music:
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Just 'cause no one else thought of it: The Lash: :whip:
please don't play this anymore. thanks.
I really like this. Super-catchy and possibly cheesy....but I like it anyway! :roflol:
Try, The Lucky "7"